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Export to JPEG with AdobeRGB color profile?

Explorer ,
Nov 01, 2023 Nov 01, 2023

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Is there anyway to export photos to JPEG with AdobeRGB color profile? I just tried convert my TIFF photos which are in AdobeRGB color profile to JPEG and later noticed that all those JPEG's are now sRGB...
There was not even any warning that color profile is changed...

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LEGEND , Nov 01, 2023 Nov 01, 2023

Scripting or Image Processor.

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LEGEND , Nov 02, 2023 Nov 02, 2023

You have to either write a script or use Photoshop by way of Image Processor/Image Processor Pro. This feature is not available out of the box with Bridge.

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Advocate , Nov 02, 2023 Nov 02, 2023

One simple solution is first to record a one line Photoshop action which converts the profile to Adobe RGB.

After that you can simply select all the images you wish to save as JPEGs and use the Photoshop Image Processor (as mentioned above.)

Choose the destination folder.

Choose "Save as JPEG" with whatever quality, sizing you wish. Make sure "Convert Profile to sRGB" is NOT checked.

At the bottom, choose "Run Action" and select the action you just saved.

This works perfectly once set up and the seti

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Nov 01, 2023 Nov 01, 2023

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Scripting or Image Processor.

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Nov 02, 2023 Nov 02, 2023

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color-space-missing.jpgCurrently there is no option to choose color space when exporting to jpeg...

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LEGEND ,
Nov 02, 2023 Nov 02, 2023

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You have to either write a script or use Photoshop by way of Image Processor/Image Processor Pro. This feature is not available out of the box with Bridge.

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Advocate ,
Nov 02, 2023 Nov 02, 2023

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One simple solution is first to record a one line Photoshop action which converts the profile to Adobe RGB.

After that you can simply select all the images you wish to save as JPEGs and use the Photoshop Image Processor (as mentioned above.)

Choose the destination folder.

Choose "Save as JPEG" with whatever quality, sizing you wish. Make sure "Convert Profile to sRGB" is NOT checked.

At the bottom, choose "Run Action" and select the action you just saved.

This works perfectly once set up and the setings are "Sticky" ready for next time.

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Interesting that in Adobe Bridge there is option to choose file extension (.jpg or .jpeg) when exporting to JPEG but there is no file extension choose (.tif or .tiff) when exportig to TIFF.
File extension choose would be useful also when exporting to TIFF. Currently Adobe Bridge automatically makes files with ".tiff" file extension instead ".tif".

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